The Stó:lō Nation is the political amalgamation of eleven Stó:lō communities. The Stó:lō Service Agency (SSA) is the service delivery arm of Stó:lō Nation. SSA provides services to the Stó:lō and Aboriginal communities throughout S'olh Temexw.

S'olh Temexw is the traditional territory of the Stó:lō people.  According to our swxoxwiyam, we have lived here since time immemorial.  The Stó:lō traditional territory extends from Yale to Langley, BC. 

The SSA aims to ensure social and economic development within the Stó:lō community through services and programs in the areas of education, human resource development, early childhood education services such as daycare, headstart and family support, elderly care, social development, health services, a dental office, tourism, and land and research and resource management services.

News and Information

***HEALTH ALERT***         

6 July 2015

Stó:lō Nation Health Services is advising everyone to take note of the health warnings regarding the heat and poor air quality at this time.  There are currently 178 wild fires burning in BC and there is a provincial fire ban in effect.



Some people are considered to be more sensitive to smoke. These include people with existing heart or lung conditions, infants and young children, the Elderly, pregnant women, or those requiring special care and supportive care.

There are some actions you can take to reduce health effects of smoke in the air:

  • Use common sense regarding outdoor physical activity – if your breathing becomes difficult or uncomfortable, stop or reduce the activity, or go inside. If outdoor trips in smoky areas are necessary, breathe through a damp cloth to help filter out particles.
  • Staying indoors may help you stay cool and provide some relief from the smoke. Close windows and blinds and move to the coolest room in the house. Also, keep the body cool and hydrated: take cool showers or baths and drink plenty of fluids - avoid drinks with sugar or alcohol.
  • Keep particle levels inside lower by not using anything that burns, such as wood stoves or even candles. Don't smoke – this puts even more stress on your lungs.
  • Use a portable HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filtration unit or electrostatic precipitator if available. Buildings with central air systems may also provide relief.
  • When driving your car, keep your windows and vents closed. Air conditioning should only be operated in the "recirculate" setting.

FNHA Information Sheet for more information:

Please use your best judgement.

Let’s work to protect the health of ourselves and our families by making sound health decisions and prevent fires.


Coming Events

Stó:lō Dental Clinic 10 Year Anniversary

Saturday August 29, 2015 at 12:00pm

In the Coqualeetza Longhouse.
Lunch will be provided.
Everyone is Welcome!

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Our Services & Programs


Health & Wellness
Employment & Training
Early Childhood Development
Education & Empowerment
Land, Research & Resource Management

Stó:lō Nation Health Services

We provide a wide variety of health services to On Reserve, Off Reserve and non First Nation Clients.

Community Health    Dental    Environmental Health Program 

Non-Insured Health Benefits  Support Services   Stolo Elders Lodge


Stó:lō Aboriginal Skills & Employment Training

We provide employment preparation and skills training to all Aboriginal People.


If you are looking for Employment Opportunities within the Stó:lō Nation or Stó:lō Service Agency

Employment Opportunities


Our new logo for our centre-represents the many hands in raising a child by Carrielynn Victor


A:lmélháwtxw “ Caring for our children” Early Education Centre provides programming in which offers a quality, holistic, traditional and safe environment for children birth to six years of age. Our programs are designed to offer children opportunities to explore the Stó:lō  (people of the river) culture, language and traditions. Our environment fosters individual learning styles, exploration and self-acceptance. We provide early learning activities, which allow the children to learn through play. When children are given these opportunities they will naturally learn and develop the skills of social, emotional, creative and physical development. Our program environment blends the teachings of the Stó:lō people, the Halq’eméylem language and early education concepts. Our inclusive environment provides a harmonious balance in which fosters our Children’s natural ways of learning.

Our facility is fully licensed by Fraser Health Community Care and Assisted Living Act and employ’s professional early childhood educators.

#9- 7201 Vedder Road
Chilliwack, B.C.
V2R 4G5
Main (604) 824-6505
Fax (604) 824-8159
Centre Administrative Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4pm. 

Daycare  Headstart  Mission Aboriginal Family Place  Links



Sto:lo Nation provides education services to eleven of the Sto:lo communities including Aitchelitz, Matsqui, Skowkale, Shxwha:y, Tzeachten and Yakweakwioose. 

K - Grade 12   Post Secondary  Longhouse Extension Program


Ey Swayel! Welcome to S'olh Temexw - Our World; Our Land - where the mountains meet the river.  We are Stó:lō, 'People of the River',' Tribe of Tribes'.  You are invited to learn our sxwoxwiyám and sqwelqwels - our stories of long ago and today. 


The Stó:lō Research and Resource Management Centre is staffed by a team of highly experience professionals with many years experience working within the Stó:lō community.

The SRRMC provides professional services in the fields of natural and cultural resource management, research, facilitation and collections management. Services offered by the SRRMC are provided with an understanding of, and respect for Stó:lō protocols.

The SRRMC maintains strong research ties to numerous universities and consulting firms.


Finance and Administration

The Finance and Administration staff perform routine centralized financial and administrative services for the Stó:ló Service Agency.

Finance and Administration  Indian Registry 

Income Assistance  Property Management



The Qwí:qwelstóm Stó:lō Service Agency Justice Program focuses on relationships and interconnections of all living things and healing individuals, families and communities.

Justice Program